Vote Week for District 35 is March 27th – April 2nd , 2017! Enclosed below are the projects that will be on the ballot.
|Education||Running Water for PS 241 Science Lab||$350,000||Create a water line for the PS 241 science lab. Install one non-reactive sink, faucet and taps. Update floor material if required as well||976 President Street|
|Education||Auditorium renovation for PS67 and Community Roots Charter School (co-located schools)||$493,000||Installing seating, lighting and sound system. Upgrade will also include restoring circuits and replacing broken lights. New audio equipment, speaker and AV system. Pull-down projection system and screen.||51 St. Edwards Street|
|Education||Technology/PromethiumActivPanels for PS 532 New Bridges Elementary School||$65,000||Install 10 Promethium ActivPanels for classrooms to help improve learning for students and faculty.||1025 Eastern Parkway|
|Education||Science room and technology upgrade for PS 705||$350,000||Science classroom upgrade will include built-in teacher’s station also technology upgrade with mobile STEM labs and a 3D Printer.||443 St. Marks Avenue|
|Education||Auditorium Upgrades PS 9||$350,000||Replace stage lighting, replace sound system, install projector, restore approximately 10 auditorium seats, repaint auditorium, refurbish stage floor, upgrade electrical to the extent necessary for the other requested improvements.||80 Underhill Avenue|
|Transit||Safe Route to PS 221||300,000||Safe route brings improved crosswalks, new traffic medians and other traffic-calming measures such as speed bumps, new traffic signals, and improved signs to reduce pedestrian accidents in school zones.||Empire, Troy and Montgomery intersections.|
|Transit||Bus Pads on Fulton St.||300,000||Bus pads replace the surface where buses stop and replace the pavement that gets warped with a solid concrete pad. The warped streets cause danger for bikes, the old and the young who walk there.||Fulton St. near to Clermont Avenue|
|Housing||Ingersoll Houses Garden Improvements||$500,000||A watering system will make tending the garden easier; benches and lighting will help people enjoy this community hub.||Ingersoll Housing Development|
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